Charge Detail Summary

File Number: Phar17/409P
Practitioner: Park Ung Wong

Hearing Start Date:

Hearing End Date:



Hearing Town/City: Auckland

Hearing Location:

Albert Room, Crowne Plaza Hotel, 128 Albert Street, Auckland, commencing at 9.00 am


Executive Officer: Debra Gainey (04) 381 6816

Charge Characteristics:

Documents/Communications - falsification (Established)

Drugs - inappropriate administration and/or misuse of




Legislation – breach of Crimes Act 1961

Legislation - breach of Medicines Regulations 1984

Additional Orders:

Name Suppression to Complainant and/or Patient and/or client

Patients and family members granted permanent suppression of name and identifying features


Appeal Order:

Appeal Decision:

Precis of Decision:


On Thursday 05 April 2018 the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal considered a charge laid by a Professional Conduct Committee against Mr Park Ung Wong, registered pharmacist of Auckland (the Pharmacist).

The charge alleged that Mr Wong was convicted on charges of making a false document, supply of prescription medicine in breach of the Medicines Act and two charges of criminal nuisance.


The hearing proceeded on an agreed summary of facts basis.  The Tribunal found the charge established and was satisfied that it reflected adversely on the Practitioner's fitness to practise as a pharmacist.


The Tribunal censured the Pharmacist and cancelled his registration.  The Tribunal ordered the Pharmacist to pay 35% of the total costs of the Tribunal and the PCC.